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Blues

Brown, Roy (New Orleans, LA)
"I Feel That Young Man's Rhythm" 
"The End of My Journey"

Fuller, Blind Boy (Wadesboro, NC)
"Mistreator You're Gonna be Sorry"
"Shaggy Like a Bear"

Hill, Bertha "Chippie" (Charleston, SC)
"Careless Love" 
"Charleston Blues"

"Bertha 'Chippie' Hill: Complete Recorded Works 1925-1929 In Chronological Order" Document Records: DOCD-5330
"Low Land Blues" (Recorded on November 9, 1925 in Chicago, IL)
"Kid Man Blues"
"Lonesome, All Alone And Blue"
"Trouble In Mind" (9510)
"Georgia Man"
"Leavenworth Blues"
"Panama Limited Blues"
"Street Walker Blues"
"Pleadin' For The Blues"
"Pratt City Blues"
"Mess, Katie, Mess"
"Lovesick Blues"
"Lonesome Weary Blues"
"Do Dirty Blues"
"Sport Model Mama"
"Some Cold Rainy Day"
"Weary Money Blues"
"Hard Time Blues"
"Christmas Man Blues"
"Trouble In Mind" (C-2509)
"Hangman Blues"
"Non-Skid Tread"
"I Ain't Gonna Do It No More"
"Pratt City Blues" (C-3133)

Davis, Reverend Gary (Laurens, SC)
"Pure Religion and Bad Company" Smithsonian/Folkways Records: SF 40035
"Pure Religion"
"Mountain Jack"
"Right Now"
"Buck Dance"
"Candy Man"
"Devil's Dream"
"Moon Goes Down"
"Cocaine Blues"
"Runnin' to the Judgement"
"Hesitation Blues"
"Bad Company"
"I Didn't Want to Join the Band"
"Evening Sun Goes Down"
"Seven Sisters"
"My Heart is Fixed"
"Time is Drawing Near"
"Crucifixion"

McGhee, Brownie (Knoxville, TN)
"Step it up and Go no. 2"
"Working Man's Blues" 

Smith, Clara (Spartanburg, SC)
"Ain't Nothin' Cookin' What You're Smellin'" 
"Awful Moanin' Blues" 
"Back Woods Blues" 
"Black Woman's Blues" 
"The Clearing House Blues"
"Cold Weather Papa" 
"Hot Papa" 
"I Never Miss the Sunshine (I'm So Used to the Rain)" 
"I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down" 
"I'm Tired Of Bein' Good" 
"It Won't Be Long Now" 
"Mean Papa Turn In Your Key" 
"Onery Blues" 
"Separation Blues" 
"That's Why The Undertakers Are Busy Today"
"War Horse Mama" 
"West Indie Blues" 
"You Don't Know My Mind" 

Thompson, Sonny (Centreville, MS)
"Uncle Sam Blues" 
"Smoke Stack Blues" 

White, Josh (Greenville, SC)
"Smithsonian Folkways American Roots Collection" Smithsonian Folkways Recordings: SF CD 40062 "Freedom Road"


Gullah

Pickney, Mary (Johns Island, SC)
"Been In The Storm So Long" Folkways Records: FS 3842
"Remember Me" (Moving Star Hall Singers)
"See God's Ark A-Moving" (Benjamin Bligen & Moving Star Hall Singers)
"Ask the Watchman How Long" (Janie Hunter)
"Meet Me in Galilee" (James Mackey)
"Talking 'Bout A Good Time" (Benj. Bligen & Moving Star Hall Singers)
"That's All Right" (Laura Rivers)
"Jesus Knows All About My Trouble" (Moving Star Hall)
"Talk" (Esau Jenkins)
"Lay Down Body" (Bertha Smith & Moving Star Hall)  
"Welcome Table & Prayer" (Alice Wine)
"Ezekial in the Valley" (James Mackey)
"Been In The Storm So Long" (Mary Pickney)
"Jack and Mary and the Three Dogs" (Janie Hunter)
"You Got to Move" (Janie Hunter)
"Moon Light in Glory" (Ruth Bligen)
"Mary Rolled the Stone Away" (Janie Hunter)
"Ezekial in the Valley" (Janie Hunter)
"Down on Me" (Mary Pickney & Moving Star Hall Singers)
"Reborn Again" (Benjamin Bligen & Moving Star Hall Singers)
"Row Michael Row" (Jane Hunter & MSHS)  
"Johnny Cuckoo" (Janie Hunter)
"Old Lady Come From Booster" (Janie Hunter & Mary Pickney)
"Shoo Turkey" (Janie Hunter, Children & Grandchildren)
"Mr. Postman Die" (Janie Hunter, Children & Grandchildren)
"Water My Flowers" (Janie Hunter)
"The Rabbit And The Partridge" (Janie Hunter)
"Improvised Blues" (Janie Hunter & Mary Pickney)
"Jack And Mary And The Devil" (Janie Hunter)


Jazz

Gillespie, Dizzy (Cheraw, SC)
"The Quintet Jazz at Massey Hall" Debut Records: DEB-124 "Perdido"
"Salt Peanuts"
"All The Things You Are"
"Wee"
"Hot House"
"A Night In Tunisia" 

Jones, Etta (Aiken, SC)
"Don't Go To Strangers" (1960) Prestige: P-7186
"Yes Sir, That's My Baby"
"Don't Go To Strangers"
"I Love Paris"
"Fine and Mellow"
"Where Or When"
"If I had You"
"On The Street Where You Live"
"Something to Remember You By"
"Bye Bye Blackbird"
"All The Way"

Smith, Jabbo (Charleston, SC - Jenkins Orphanage)
Absolutely
How Can Cupid Be So Stupid 


Spiritual

Spencer, Kenneth
The Underground Railroad 


Work Songs

"Field Recordings - Vol. 2: N. & S. Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas (1926-1943)"

Street Cries of Charleston (Charleston, SC)
Document Records: DOCD-5576

North Carolina
"Prison Blues"
"Let's Go To Bury"

South Carolina
"Do You Call That Religion"
"Travelin' To That New Buryin' Ground"
"Look Down That Lonesome Road" 
"Blackberries/Flowers" 

Georgia
"Deep Down In My Heart"
"Jesus Is My Only Friend"
"Old Man Satan / Drive Old Satan Away"
"Glory to God My Son Come Home"
"Blow Boys Blow"
"Alabama Prison Blues"
"Ain't Nobody's Fault But Mine"
"John Henry"
"John Henry (Take 2)"
"Fandango"
"Salt Water Blues"
"Boll Weevil"
"Roosevelt And Hitler - Part I"
"Roosevelt And Hitler - Part II"
"Bottle It Up And Go"
"Blues - When Saints Come To Town"
"My Big Fat Hipted Mama"
"Smithy Rag"

Tennessee
"Jumpin' Judy"
"Track-Lining Song"
"Steel Laying Holler"

Arkansas
"Jumpin' Judy"
"Rock Island Lind"
"It Makes A Long Time Man Feel Bad"
"Holy Babe - Part 1 & 2"
"Joe De Grinder"
"John Henry"


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